June 3, 2014 > Oakland Raiders Gatorade Junior Training Camp
Oakland Raiders Gatorade Junior Training Camp
Submitted By Alameda County Supervisor Richard Valle
The Oakland Raiders are currently scheduling elementary schools, recreation centers, and other non-profit organizations for 2014 Gatorade Junior Training Camps.
The free youth football clinics are facilitated by The Oakland Raiders and geared towards boys and girls ages 7-12. A Junior Training Camp features the educational and recreational benefits of football presented in a safe and fun environment. The campÕs curriculum was developed so that any student can participate regardless of age, gender, ability or experience.
A Junior Training Camp session is structured to a 60-minute clinic. The one-day clinics are scheduled for a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday in April through December, and usually begin at 10 a.m.
Only 200 kids are permitted to attend a clinic and there must be a minimum of 75 participants.
Before submitting the application to The Oakland Raiders, please verify that your organization meets the following criteria:
Volunteers: At least five adult volunteers are needed to assist with the event.
Number of Participants: Only 200 kids are permitted to attend a clinic and a minimum of 75.
Location: Your facility must be within 50 miles of the Oakland Raiders facility in Alameda.
Grass or Turf Playing Field: Must be approximately 40x40 yards.
Waivers: Each child must turn in a completed Liability Release Form. Waivers will be provided upon confirmation.
First Aid: An athletic trainer, school nurse or someone who is CPR and first aid certified must be in attendance or on the premises.
Download the form at: http://www.raiders.com/kids-zone/home.html
Review the 2014 Gatorade Junior Training Camp Guidelines and please fill in all of the information. Incomplete applications will not be accepted and waivers will be provided upon confirmation.